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Alexander Siemens.

Electric Transmission of Power

(Pamphlet - Offprint. A Paper read before the North of England Institute of Mining and mechanical Engineers. General Meeting at Newcastle-upon-Tyne, December 8th, 1894 (Excerpt from the Transactions of the Federated Institution of Mining Engineers, London and Newcastle, 1895). 26pp., tall 8vo, 2...

The Cunard Steam Ship Company Limited

Offer for Sale of £4,000,000 Seven per cent.

(Title continued) Mortgage, Debenture Stcok at the Price of £90 per cent. 4pp., folio, folded, front sl. stained, mainly good. WITH: enclosure of blank application form, good condition. Two items,

Anna Bishop.

Autograph Letters Signed (x 2) to Mrs [Henry?] Brewster.

Ann[a] Bishop, singer (1814-1884)(DNB). (No date) Three pages, 8vo, fair but legible, edge rough where extracted from an album.. She is sorry not to have been able to see her. She is travelling to Australia on that day and willbe in England in four months. She apologises for the writing, giving...

Walter Besant.

Autograph note signed to illegible correspondent. [Manad?}

Novelist and miscellaneous writer (1836-1901). One page, 8vo, good condition. The scheme you refer to is not mine but (originally) that of the Rev. Dr Paton of Nottingham. I have given away all the papers in connection with the movement and therefore I must refer you to him

Wm Thompson.

Autograph Note Signed "To the Librarian of the London Institution".

Lord Mayor of London (Boase). One page, 8vo, some discoloration, text clear and complete. "To the Librarian of the London Institution- You will please to admit The Revd. Saml. Smith to the library & Lectures of the London Institution as my substitute".

Thomas Dyke Acland

Autograph letter signed to an unnamed correspondent

Politician and philanthropist (1787-1871). His correspondent has asked him if he will interest himself in the general Turnpike Act during the present session. He says that no interest has been shown in such a thing in Parliament.

Thomas Hamilton, 9th Earl of Haddington

Autograph letter signed to an unnamed male correspondent,

Nondescript Tory politician (1780-1858). 2 pp, 12mo. "I do not feel right & am naturally apprehensive! / Should it come on - am I - after so short an interval to take the <?> remedy? I am now going out & shall return before hour - / your faithful servt / Haddington".?>

Thomas Spring-Rice, 1st Baron Mounteagle of Brandon in Kerry

Autograph note signed to Sir <Morton?> [?],

Politician (1790-1866). One page, 12mo, on mourning paper. "My dear Sir / As the writer of the enclosed refers to you I hope you will excuse me for giving you the trouble of reading his letters with a view of knowing your opinion of his <?> & character". Signed "Mounteagle"....

Thomas Welsh

Autograph letter signed to unknown (part of name torn off)

English actor, vocalist and composer (1781-1848). On epage, 4to, creased and chipped with loss only of part of correspondent's name (which ends "...uin"). A significant letter about the Argyll Rooms, the major musical venue of its time. Letter as follows: "If the Licence formerly held by Col....

Tom Heslewood

autograph letters signed (x 2).

Actor and costume designer (1868-?). The first letter, docketted "Alas poor Tom -", to Miss Grosvenor, 4 December 1940, 18 Selwood Terrace., 2 pp, 8vo. He apologises for not being able to attend any of her at homes. "I have been at Plymouth & Cardiff the last fortnight with H. B. Irving [...

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